Commit cb3099c2 authored by rtoy's avatar rtoy
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Correct a few typos, add a litte more info.

parent 567c6209
......@@ -16,8 +16,8 @@ f2cl.system, and then finally run (mk:oos "f2cl" :compile).
A third method is to use asdf. You can load f2cl.asd and run
(asdf:oos 'asdf:load-op :f2cl).
Finally, a third method if you have none of the above is to manually
run everything as follows:
Finally, a fourth method, if you have none of the above, is to
manually run everything as follows:
1. Start your favorite Common Lisp implementation use the function
"compile-file" to compile each of the source files:
......@@ -61,7 +61,7 @@ result in the file "<path>/fortran.lisp".
Alternatively,
(f2cl:f2cl "<path>/fortran.f")
(f2cl:f2cl-compile "<path>/fortran.f")
will also run compile-file on the Lisp file so you can load it
directly into your lisp.
......@@ -107,10 +107,11 @@ o Common blocks.
F2cl converts common blocks to structures. However, common blocks
may be referenced in several different files, so the user must
tell f2cl when to define the structure. This should be done
exactly once for each common block that is defined. This should
also be done for the first file that is compiled and loaded, so
that subsequent files know about the definition.
tell f2cl when to define the structure. Use the :declare-common
parameter to tell f2cl to define the structure. This should be
done exactly once for each common block that is defined. This
should also be done for the first file that is compiled and
loaded, so that subsequent files know about the definition.
o Conversion order.
......@@ -131,6 +132,9 @@ o Conversion order.
F2cl cannot always determine whether a slice of an array should be
used or just the single element.
See also the file src/NOTES which contains a change log. But there
are also various notes about about restrictions and enhancements on
various features supported by f2cl.
Acknowledgments:
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